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  • Prevention Toolkits| Western Montana Mental Health | Montana

    Call Map Email Search Emergency 911 | Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 WMMHC Prevention Services Contact Us Toolkits Prevention Toolkits WMMHC Prevention Services Team has developed evidence- based toolkits to help parents, caregivers, and friends identify the signs of substance use in someone they care about and what they can do to help , as well as contact information for your local Montana prevention specialists. ​ These toolkits are free for distribution and can be used by anyone, with attribution. Toolkits are intended only as a guide and are not a substitute for emergency, clinical, or professional care. No toolkit can cover every scenario or be specific to any person. For questions on toolkits, to request guidelines for other conditions, or to request specific lectures or training sessions, please contact us. BINGE DRINKING Download METHAMPHETAMINE (CRYSTAL METH) Download OPIOIDS Download CANNABIS (MARIJUANA) Download VAPING Download Prevention Services Home >> Tool Kit References >> More Parent / Caregiver Resources Important Links Mental Health Drug & Alcohol Use Admission Process Insurance & Payment Patient Referrals Contact Us ​ Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801 Phone: (406) 532-8400 Fax: (406) 356-5213 Email: administration@wmmhc.org All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. Services will not be denied due to race, color, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, religion, housing status, or inability to pay. Client Rights | HIPAA Privacy Practice © 2020-2022 By Western Montana Mental Health Center Youth Connections Youth Connections Lincoln County Unite for Youth Coalition Lincoln County Unite for Youth Coalition MT Prevention Needs Assessment MT Prevention Needs Assessment BRFSS Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Youth Risk Behavior Survey Youth Risk Behavior Survey CONNECT Electronic Referral System CONNECT Electronic Referral System PAX Tools PAX Tools SAMHSA (Talk. They Hear You.) SAMHSA (Talk. They Hear You.) NIDA NIDA Parenting Montana Parenting Montana DPHSS DPHHS Prevention

  • Prevention Services | Western Montana Mental Health | Montana

    Call Map Email Search Emergency 911 | Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 WMMHC Prevention Services Contact Us Toolkits Together , we work to make our community drug-free & healthy Prevention Services WMMHC prevention services promote wellness through interventions that educate and support communities. Our prevention specialists work in a variety of capacities with members from many different groups in their communities. Together, we work to make our community drug-free and healthy. REQUEST A PRESENTATION Reach out to our Prevention Specialists and schedule a presentation for your school or group. Learn More > PARENT RESOURCES Information for Montana parents to address a variety of challenges and support your child's success. Learn More > GET THE TOOLS Download one of our toolkits for information on identifying the signs of substance use, what you can do today and access to local resources . Learn More > Making A Difference WMMHC Prevention Services was developed to teach Montana's youth skills for resisting social influences, impact drug-related attitudes and norms, and promoting personal management skills . Together, we are making a difference in the lives of youth throughout Montana. 􏰛􏰎􏰑􏰍􏰍􏰛 According to the Statewide 2020 Montana Prevention Needs Assessment 71.2% of Montana students have NOT had an alcoholic beverage to drink in the past 30 days 82.5% of Montana students have NOT had 5 or more drinks of alcohol in a row in the past 30 days 85.8% of Montana students have NOT used cannabis (marijuana) in the last 30 days 1 98.8% of Montana students have NOT used methamphetamines in the last 30 days 96.2% of Montana youth have NOT taken prescription medication without a doctor telling them to in the past 30 days Prevention Programs WMMHC offers a multitude of effective substance use prevention programs that can be implemented in a variety of settings. Prevention programs can involve an individual or group and be in a family, school, law enforcement or community setting. WMMHC substance use prevention programs focus both on environmental and community factors. Contact A Prevention Specialist Cannabis (Marijuana) Vaping, Smoking & Tobacco Products Perscription Drugs Don't Flush Them and Don't Keep Them! WMMHC Prevention Services Team can teach you about the dangers of leaving unwanted, unused, or expired perscription drugs in the home and how to safely dispose of them or waste them at local take back boxes. Click here to find a Rx dropbox location in Montana Did you know? Two-thirds of teens that report misuse of prescription medication get them from their own home medicine cabinet or from family and friends. Narcan Training Learn how to save life! Overdose deaths are preventable and the Open Aid Alliance Overdose Prevention and Response Training offers a free 10 minute overdose and prevention training in their Missoula and Polson office. Please call us to schedule a time for your overdose prevention training at 406-543-4770 or visit their website here. Binge Drinking What is Binge Drinking? Binge drinking is defined as four or more drinks for females and five or more drinks for males within a short period of time. Common Reasons Why Teens Binge Drink Peer pressure Wanting to feel/act like an adult Mimicing their favorite celebrities or social media influencers Restless and bored Start the Conversation WMMHC Prevention Specialists can help you start the conversation, communicate the impact and consequences of underage drinking, and help teens make better choices. Parent Workshops It can be hard to know where to start when talking to your child about drugs and alcohol. Demonizing drugs or alcohol can sometimes have the opposite result—causing drugs to appear more enticing to the risk-taking nature of teenagers. WMMHC provides parents with the tools and resources to discuss accurate, age-appropriate information concerning drugs and alcohol to their kids. Important Links Mental Health Drug & Alcohol Use Admission Process Insurance & Payment Patient Referrals Contact Us ​ Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801 Phone: (406) 532-8400 Fax: (406) 356-5213 Email: administration@wmmhc.org All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. Services will not be denied due to race, color, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, religion, housing status, or inability to pay. Client Rights | HIPAA Privacy Practice © 2020-2022 By Western Montana Mental Health Center

  • Home | Western Montana Mental Health Center

    Hope Meaningful Life Choices Better Outcomes We provide mental health and substance use treatment in Western Montana Reach Out to Us. We can help. Request a free confidential callback within 1 business day. Get Help Now If you are having a medical emergency call 911. If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call 1-800-273-8255 What We Treat Mental Health Conditions Western Montana Mental Health Center provides comprehensive treatment programs for adults or children with mental health conditions who live in Montana. Common conditions include depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, trauma, borderline personality, and most other conditions. Treatment programs include an in-depth assessment, inpatient crisis stabilization, individual therapy, group therapy, residential housing, jail diversion, psychiatric/medication management, and peer support services. ​ We also specialize in integration of vocational support into the entire treatment process. Learn More Addiction Western Montana Mental Health Center offers substance abuse treatment programs for adults or children living in Montana. Substance use treatment is for those struggling with alcohol, heroin, opiates, prescription drugs, methamphetamine’s, cocaine, and most other substances. Treatment programs include an initial assessment, inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), residential housing, individual therapy, group therapy, and community support. ​ Some sites offer specialty programs for woman with children. ​ Learn More Who We Treat Adults with Substance Use Disorder Adults with Mental Health Conditions Mothers with Children for SUD Veterans Kids & Teens with Mental Health Kids & Teens with Substance Use Recovery is not only possible, it is essential. We can help. All information submitted is 100% confidential. Children Services Application Adult Mental Health Application Adult Addiction Application Insurance & Payment What to Expect Reach Out to Us Who We Are Western Montana Mental Health Center serves over 15,000 children, teens, and adults each year from Libby to Bozeman and Kalispell to Hamilton. We offer community-based services, outpatient services, inpatient addiction recovery services and housing options. ​ We meet people where they are, and we do not turn away . Learn More

  • Prevention Specialists | Western Montana Mental Health | Montana

    Call Map Email Search Emergency 911 | Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 WMMHC Prevention Services Contact Us Toolkits Prevention Specialists Prevention specialists work with communities to reduce youth substance use or misuse. This is done through education on risk and protective factors that affect youth development and through the planning, implementation, evaluation of policies and programs that promote protective factors and reduce risk factors. Everything that is done is to promote the health and wellbeing of our youth and provide them opportunities for success. To request a presentation or to learn more about prevention services in your area, contact a Prevention Specialists in your County. Flathead County TBD Phone: (406)-751-8301 Email: @wmmhc.org Lincoln County TBD Phone: (406) 334-8024 Email: @wmmhc.org Missoula County Stephen Nelson Phone: (406) 532-9751 Email: snelson@wmmhc.org Sanders County Sylvia Miller Phone: (406) 827-9067 Email: smiller2@wmmhc.org Program Manager Nicole Mitchell Phone: (406) 532-9865 Email: nmitchell@wmmhc.org Lake County Wanda Hartung Phone: 406-565-8545 Email: whartung@wmmhc.org Mineral County TBD Phone: (406) 532-9770 Email: @wmmhc.org Ravalli County Ryan Wetzel Phone: (406) 532-9101 Email: rwetzel@wmmhc.org Community Cares Coordinator Leanne Troesh Phone: 406-751-5323 Email: ltroesch@wmmhc.org Prevention Services Home >> Important Links Mental Health Drug & Alcohol Use Admission Process Insurance & Payment Patient Referrals Contact Us ​ Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801 Phone: (406) 532-8400 Fax: (406) 356-5213 Email: administration@wmmhc.org All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. Services will not be denied due to race, color, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, religion, housing status, or inability to pay. Client Rights | HIPAA Privacy Practice © 2020-2022 By Western Montana Mental Health Center

  • Toolkit References | WMMHC

    References Learn About Prevention Services Find A Prevention Specialists WMMHC Prevention Services Team has developed evidence-based toolkits to help parents, caregivers, and friends identify the signs of substance use in someone they care about and what they can do to help, as well as contact information for your local Montana prevention specialists. References are provided below: 1 TALKING WITH YOUR TEEN ABOUT OPIOIDS: Keeping Your Kids Safe - Samhsa.gov. https://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/TTHY-Opioid-Broch-2020.pdf Accessed 28 Feb. 2022. 2 TIPS for TEENS: Methamphetamine- The Trun About Methamaphetamine (Meth)-Samsha.gov https://store.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/d7/priv/pep18-03.pdf Accessed 28 Feb. 2022. 3 TALKING WITH YOUR TEEN ABOUT VAPING: Keeping Your Kids Safe - Samhsa.gov. https://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/TTHY-Vaping-Broch-printable-2020.pdf Accessed 28 Feb. 2022. 4 TALKING WITH YOUR TEEN ABOUT MARIJUAJNA: Keeping Your Kids Safe - Samhsa.gov. https://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/TTHY-Marijuana-Broch-2020.pdf Accessed 28 Feb. 2022. 5 NIDA. "What is marijuana? ." National Institute on Drug Abuse, 13 Apr. 2021, https://nida.nih.gov/publications/research-reports/marijuana/what-marijuana Accessed 28 Feb. 2022. 6 BRINGING DOWN BINGE DRINKING - Samhsa.gov. https://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/programs_campaigns/nation_prevention_week/data-binge-drinking.pdf Accessed 28 Feb. 2022. 7 "Understanding Binge Drinking.” National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, https://www.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/brochures-and-fact-sheets/binge-drinking 8 “Binge Drinking.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 6 Jan. 2022, https://www.cdc.gov/alcohol/fact-sheets/binge-drinking.htm 9 UNDERAGE DRINKING PREVENTION NATIONAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN: HOW TO TELL IF YOUR CHILD IS DRINKING ALCOHOL - Samhsa.gov. https://www.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/tell-if-child-is-drinking_0.pdf Accessed 28 Feb. 2022. 10 Dir, A., Bell, R., Adams, Z., & Hulvershorn, L. (2017). Gender differences in risk factors for adolescent binge drinking and implications for intervention and prevention. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 8(289), 1 – 17. Frontiers | Gender Differences in Risk Factors for Adolescent Binge Drinking and Implications for Intervention and Prevention | Psychiatry (frontiersin.org) ​ For questions on toolkits, to request guidelines for other conditions, or to request specific lectures or training sessions, please contact us. Back to Prevention Toolkits Call Map Email Search Emergency 911 | Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 WMMHC Prevention Services Contact Us Toolkits Important Links Mental Health Drug & Alcohol Use Admission Process Insurance & Payment Patient Referrals Contact Us ​ Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801 Phone: (406) 532-8400 Fax: (406) 356-5213 Email: administration@wmmhc.org All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. Services will not be denied due to race, color, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, religion, housing status, or inability to pay. Client Rights | HIPAA Privacy Practice © 2020-2022 By Western Montana Mental Health Center

  • Veterans | WMMHC

    If You are a Veteran or Know a Veteran Living with Addiction or a Mental Health Condition ​ We are here to help. Reach Out to Us. We can help. Request a free confidential callback within 1 business day. Get Help Now If you are having a medical emergency call 911. If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call 1-800-273-8255 Veterans Returning to civilian life after active duty can be difficult. Your experiences stay with you, and for some this can lead to post traumatic stress and evolve into substance abuse or addictions. Western Montana Mental Health Center is here to help you. We work in collaboration with Veteran's Administration and offer community-based services, outpatient services, inpatient addiction recovery services and housing options. Reach out to us and see how we can help. What We Treat Mental Health Conditions Western Montana Mental Health Center provides comprehensive treatment programs for Veterans with mental health conditions who live in Montana. Common conditions include depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, trauma, borderline personality, and most other conditions. Treatment programs include an in-depth assessment, inpatient crisis stabilization, individual therapy, group therapy, residential housing, jail diversion, psychiatric/medication management, and peer support services. ​ We also specialize in integration of vocational support into the entire treatment process. Substance Use Western Montana Mental Health Center offers substance use treatment programs for Veterans living in Montana. Substance use treatment is for Veterans struggling with alcohol, heroin, opiates, prescription drugs, methamphetamine, cocaine, and most other substances. Treatment programs include an initial assessment, inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), residential housing, individual therapy, group therapy, and community support. ​ ​ 1 in 5 Americans experience some form of mental illness in any given year 1 1 in 25 Americans live with a serious mental health condition or long-term recurring major depression 2 1 in 7 Americans will misuse alcohol and/or drugs in their lifetime 3 Facts How do you know if you or someone you care about has a mental health condition or addiction? Contact us to for a free confidential assessment. Our team will contact you within 1 business day to discuss the issues you or your loved one are experiencing and how Western Montana Mental Health Center can help. Get Help Now Our Stories Experience the stories of Western Montanans, and how they overcame crisis to find hope and recovery. Read Joe's Story > Recovery is not only possible, it is essential. We can help. All information submitted is 100% confidential. New Client Application Insurance & Payment What to Expect Reach Out to Us 1. Any Mental Illness (AMI) Among Adults. (n.d.). Retrieved May 1, 2019, from https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/statistics/mental-illness.shtml#part_15478 2. Serious Mental Illness (SMI) Among Adults. (n.d.). Retrieved May 1, 2019, from https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/statistics/mental-illness.shtml#part_154788 ​ 3. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the Surgeon General, Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General's Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health. Washington, DC: HHS, November 2016. https://addiction.surgeongeneral.gov/sites/default/files/surgeon-generals-report.pdf

  • Recovery Center | WMMHC

    Treatment Services for Adults Living with Alcohol and Drug Addiction Reach Out to Us. We can help. Request a free confidential callback within 1 business day. Get Help Now If you are having a medical emergency call 911. If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call 1-800-273-8255 Recovery Center Missoula Recovery Center Missoula is the only inpatient comprehensive integrated treatment program in Western Montana. Many individuals struggle with alcohol and drug addiction, which is often complicated by emotional or mental health issues. RCM’s professional staff is specifically trained to provide evidence-based therapies that have produced proven results. We provide the structure to address addiction, addictive behaviors, and emotional challenges within one setting. The Journey to Recovery Begins Here Recovery Center Missoula treats clients struggling with substance use involving: Alcohol Benzodiazepines (alprazolam, clonazepam, lorazepam, diazepam) Heroin and prescription opioids (oxycodone, morphine, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, and fentanyl) Marijuana Stimulants (cocaine, amphetamine (Adderall, Ritalin) methamphetamine) ​ Treatment programs include an initial assessment, inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), residential housing, individual therapy, group therapy, and community support. ​ Treatment Services Is IMAT appropriate if I am pregnant? Absolutely. We work closely with you to protect you and your baby. Can I use other substances, including alcohol? The short answer is no. Participation in IMAT requires patients to only use medications as prescribed. Alcohol use, even in moderation, is dangerous. What is IMAT? Medication Assisted Treatment (or MAT) is a highly effective, evidence-based treatment protocol for individuals struggling with Opioid Use Disorder. Individuals who utilize MAT are three times more likely to achieve sustained recovery than those who follow more traditional approaches. What sets Recovery Center Missoula apart is our integrated approach, known as IMAT. Patients work closely with a team of professional dedicated to bringing together four essential components of recovery: Biological, Psychological, Social, and Spiritual. By assisting our patients to integrate these areas into a healthy, thriving, content whole, sustained recovery can be achieved by over 70% of patients who successfully participate in our program. What are symptoms of Opioid Use Disorder? Symptoms are characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use despite harmful consequences in the area of personal relationships, work, mental health and emotional well-being. Individuals with an OUD will typically experience tolerance (a need for more of a certain drug to achieve the desired effect) and withdrawal symptoms upon cessation of use. Diagnosis of an OUD can only come through an evaluation by a licensed professional. Will IMAT help with chronic pain issues? Pain management is a complex treatment issue, and unfortunately, far too many people develop an OUD after using prescription medications for pain. IMAT and specific pain interventions will help with your condition. Are the medications used in IMAT addictive? When taken as directed, none of the medications used in our program will result in a new Substance Use Disorder. What happens if I relapse? Relapse can sometimes be part of recovery, but it doesn’t mean the end of recovery. Your treatment team will work with you to revise your treatment plan. How do you know if you or someone you care about has an addiction? Contact us to for a free confidential assessment. Our team will contact you within 1 business day to discuss the issues you or your loved one are experiencing and how Western Montana Mental Health Center can help. Get Help Now Integrated Medication Assisted Treatment (IMAT) Is IMAT appropriate if I am pregnant? Absolutely. We work closely with you to protect you and your baby. Can I use other substances, including alcohol? The short answer is no. Participation in IMAT requires patients to only use medications as prescribed. Alcohol use, even in moderation, is dangerous. What is IMAT? Medication Assisted Treatment (or MAT) is a highly effective, evidence-based treatment protocol for individuals struggling with Opioid Use Disorder. Individuals who utilize MAT are three times more likely to achieve sustained recovery than those who follow more traditional approaches. What sets Recovery Center Missoula apart is our integrated approach, known as IMAT. Patients work closely with a team of professional dedicated to bringing together four essential components of recovery: Biological, Psychological, Social, and Spiritual. By assisting our patients to integrate these areas into a healthy, thriving, content whole, sustained recovery can be achieved by over 70% of patients who successfully participate in our program. What are symptoms of Opioid Use Disorder? Symptoms are characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use despite harmful consequences in the area of personal relationships, work, mental health and emotional well-being. Individuals with an OUD will typically experience tolerance (a need for more of a certain drug to achieve the desired effect) and withdrawal symptoms upon cessation of use. Diagnosis of an OUD can only come through an evaluation by a licensed professional. Will IMAT help with chronic pain issues? Pain management is a complex treatment issue, and unfortunately, far too many people develop an OUD after using prescription medications for pain. IMAT and specific pain interventions will help with your condition. Are the medications used in IMAT addictive? When taken as directed, none of the medications used in our program will result in a new Substance Use Disorder. What happens if I relapse? Relapse can sometimes be part of recovery, but it doesn’t mean the end of recovery. Your treatment team will work with you to revise your treatment plan. TESTIMONIALS “The best decision I have made for my life…..” – Jeanette ​ “Thank you all at RCM. This is a great program…… you are life savers and have meant the world to me and my family…..” Todd ​ “RCM is an absolutely amazing place. Open up to the program and everyone here; you will gain another family, but more importantly, you will find yourself again… ” – Nate ​ “Time at RCM can truly be life changing. Trust the process, trust yourself, and embrace the opportunities presented to you.” – Elaine ​ “Thank you Recovery Center! I have renewed hope in my ability to stay sober. I can see a future and dreams that are possible once again. One step at a time…. “- Amber ​ “Thank you RCM staff – I have never met a group of people so dedicated to helping others…..” -Brian About Recovery Center Missoula The Facility Opened in 2013, the building was designed to be part of the healing process with use of ambient light, color, and distinctly natural design elements. This tasteful setting provides the foundations for confidential, therapeutic treatment. Welcome to Missoula Missoula is located in Western Montana’s beautiful Five Valleys. The area is a draw to outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds and boasts world-renowned blue-ribbon rivers, luring anglers to try their sport. Missoula is appreciated for its easy access to hiking trails, skiing, open space, cycling, hunting, fishing, golf, kayaking, and other water sports. The Big Sky mystique draws extraordinary healthcare professionals to the edge of the Rocky Mountains and provides a supportive environment for their expertise, families, and individual pursuits. As the home to the University of Montana, Missoula cultivates an educated population, the arts, and an entrepreneurial culture. The area finds its historic roots with Native Americans, explorers, and early pioneers, shaping the culture of today. While the city has a long-chronicled past, it still holds the small-town atmosphere with no more than 70,000 people. It is a perfect location for incorporating a highly trained staff, the outdoors, and a private setting for addiction treatment. RMC Mission Recovery Center Missoula is committed to providing exceptional treatment to individuals and their family members suffering from addictions and co-occurring mental health disorders. Through evidenced based, cost effective, innovative, and comprehensive treatment, our professional multi-disciplinary team provides caring and respectful services to restore hope and empowerment to those we serve. Organizational Values RESPECT: We are committed to creating and sustaining an environment in which staff, patients, and others are treated with respect and dignity. BELIEF IN RECOVERY: Our services contribute to each patient’s recovery. Our focus is on developing skills which lead toward a higher level of independence and increased quality of life. HOPE: Hope is the catalyst for the recovery process and is communicated in our service methods. INDIVIDUALIZED AND PERSON CENTERED: Services are self-directed by the individual and are derived from their unique strengths and resiliencies as well as their needs, preferences, experience, and cultural background. About Recovery Center Missoula (RCM) is designed to meet the needs of those suffering from substance use disorders/ addiction and co-occurring psychiatric disorders. The Center utilizes evidence based therapeutic interventions to promote a healing recovery process that can last a lifetime. RCM offers inpatient treatment and partial hospitalization/day treatment services to adults 18 and over. Located in the heart of Missoula’s five valleys, RCM creates an individualized treatment plan tailored to your identified needs following a thorough assessment of medical, emotional, and substance use history. Families and significant others are welcomed and encouraged to participate with patients through our family program. Built with native materials, filled with natural light, RCM balances privacy with therapeutic community living. RCM is located along the Clark Fork corridor adjacent to trails, open space, and the unique Missoula community. Experience Montana Inspired Menus Look forward to meals that are tastefully prepared by our skilled and experienced Chefs. Good nutrition is essential to the recovery process and fundamental to helping an individual feel their best from the inside out. Fresh, locally sourced ingredients are an important part of RCM meals. Our Chefs highlight their culinary skills in traditional Montana standards and combines the old-world tradition of European cuisine with the American holistic approach to food preparation all the way through to the table. Italian, Asian, and Spanish cooking influences their menu selections. The dining experience is an asset to the RCM experience. Recovery is not only possible, it is essential. We can help. New Client Application Insurance & Payment What to Expect Reach Out To Us All information submitted is 100% confidential. Assessment & Diagnosis | Detoxification- Withdrawal Management | Inpatient Treatment | Partial Hospitalization | Outpatient | Peer Recovery Support | IMAT | Opioid Use | Pregnant | Chronic Pain | Relapse

  • Mothers-Children Residential | WMMHC

    Residential Treatment Services for Mothers Living with Substance Use Addiction Reach Out to Us. We can help. Request a free confidential callback within 1 business day. Get Help Now If you are having a medical emergency call 911. If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call 1-800-273-8255 Residential Treatment for Mothers and their Children Western Montana Mental Health Center offers a therapeutic structured environment for chemically-dependent mothers. Our homes are staffed 24/7 and provide support to women and their children through the mother's journey to recovery. What We Treat Substance Use Western Montana Mental Health Center offers substance use treatment programs for mothers living in Montana. Substance use treatment is for those struggling with alcohol, heroin, opiates, prescription drugs, methamphetamine, cocaine, and most other substances. Treatment programs include an initial assessment, inpatient treatment, partial hospitalization, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), residential housing, individual therapy, group therapy, and community support. ​ Our evidence-based treatment supports the parent-child relationship and is a critical part of treatment. The length of stay at our homes varies and is based on the women's treatment plan. The average length of stay is 9-12 months. ​ How do you know if you or someone you care about has an addiction? Contact us to for a free confidential assessment. Our team will contact you within 1 business day to discuss the issues you or your loved one are experiencing and how Western Montana Mental Health Center can help. Get Help Now Recovery is not only possible, it is essential. We can help. All information submitted is 100% confidential. New Client Application Insurance & Payment What to Expect Reach Out to Us

  • Client Acknowledgment | WMMHC

    Client Acknowledgment Please complete the electronic form below. All fields marked ( * ) are required fields. All information submitted on our website is private and confidential. Your treatment experience is strictly private and confidential, protected by federal and state law. ​ To complete the form by hand: Please call 406-532-8400 to request a paper form be mailed to you. You may also download this form , scan and return by Email: access@wmmhc.org or Mail to: Western Montana Mental Health Center 1321 Wyoming St, Missoula, MT 59801 Please wait while we load your form

  • Forms & Policies | Western Montana Mental Health Center | Montana

    Our Forms New Client Application Adult Services Packet-Mental Health Adult Services Packet-SUD CCBHC Consent Adult Children Services Packet-Mental Health Client Acknowledgment Contract for Payment of Services Consent for Remote Group Sessions People Who Support Me Records Request Release of Information for SUD Release of Information for Mental Health Scheduled Medication Form Sliding Fee Program Application Form Hope Meaningful Life Choices Better Outcomes ​ We provide mental health and substance use treatment in Western Montana ​ Our Policies Client Rights Consent for Treatment General Aggressive Behavior Policy Grievance Procedure HIPAA Statement Smoking & Weapons Policy New Client Application | Client Acknowledgement | Records Request | Release of Information- Substance Abuse Disorder | Release of Information- Mental Health | HIPPA Statements | Client Rights | Grievance Procedure | Consent for Treatment | Smoking & Weapons Policy